One is the issue of triple talaq, the other is the politics of triple talaq. The first concerns Muslim women's empowerment, the second is the politics – or public relations and propaganda – to drive votes to the BJP. In 2017, the BJP figured out that not fielding a Muslim candidate or talking about triple talaq unites Hindu voters. On triple talaq issue, the Modi-led leadership is not interested in the welfare of Muslims. It is electorally motivated and is using the issue to galvanise Hindu votes.
Saudi Arabia's sweeping arrests of 11 princes, including the billionaire investor prince Alwaleed bin Talal, four ministers and tens of former ministers is set to send the Saudi state down a reformist path. It also signals a line of thought Sunni Islamic clerics would follow. This transformation will have major implications for India, where the flow of Saudi money has spread Wahhabism—a form of Islam which insists on a literal interpretation of the Quran—among Muslims.
WHEN HISTORIANS CHRONICLE the movement of Muslim women’s rights in India, August 22nd, 2017, will stand out as a milestone. On this day, the Supreme Court delivered a historic verdict against the practice of instant Triple Talaq (divorce) that not only empowers Muslim women, but also rebuffs Islamic clerics who wield extraordinary influence in the daily lives of the faith’s followers.
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Selecting a term
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